Granite Cleansing & Polishing, Orange County, CA


Granite Cleansing & Polishing, Orange County, CAGranite Cleaning, Polishing, Repair and Restoration Serving Orange County, CAOur experience with granite can resolve virtually any problem you may have. We can… Repair Cracks and Chips in Granite Countertops Restore Dull Granite Floors and Surfaces Remove Most Stains Seal and ProtectGranite Restoration Requires Specialized SkillsWhile granite is much harder than marble if and when granite needs restoration you need to call a professional that has the specialized knowledge to work on your granite. Many stone restoration contractors won’t touch it. Stone Makeover is qualified to restore your granite. Whether it needs to be diamond honed, re-polished, or cleaned and sealed, our professional technicians can perform these services for you.The key to keeping your granite looking new is the proper cleansing, polishing and sealing of the stone. We make it a point to educate our customers on proper stone care.Caring for Your GraniteGranite is different than marble when it comes to its recommended usage and its care and maintenance. The first thing you need to know is that granite is a much harder stone than marble, and granite usually does not etch. (However we are now starting to see some of the granites that are used today can etch from acidic items being spilled on the surface.)Granite can be cleaned using the same process as marble. As for granite we recommend cleaning the surface using a quality stone safe neutral stone cleaner. Visit our Caring For It page to download our Stone and Tile Care Guide and to see recommended products. If your stone becomes scratched or etched, Pacific serves the entire Newport beach area and can restore, polish and seal your granite countertops, vanities or floors back to their just purchased condition.

Call today for a Free estimate 949-545-5205!

Call on Pacific Carpet & Tile Cleaning in Orange County CA  (949) 545-5205

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